Learning and Teaching Committee Remit

Role
To advise the Education Policy & Strategy Committee on strategic and related resource matters concerning the University’s learning and teaching activities.

Remit
To ensure the University benefits from sector-leading learning and teaching through:

  • the provision of expertise in learning, teaching and assessment and development of scholarship;
  • recommending and facilitating the implementation of innovation that enhances the student experience through excellent undergraduate and taught postgraduate taught provision that:
    • is attractive and retains students with talent and potential regardless of background;
    • promotes employability; and
    • is effective, sustainable and efficient
  • actively monitoring related sector and technological developments;
  • developing the Learning & Teaching Strategy and related strategies (including those for the National Student Survey and Virtual Learning Environment);
  • working with Colleges in developing and delivering Learning & Teaching plans that are mutually aligned with the University Learning & Teaching Strategy;
  • delivery of key elements of the Learning & Teaching Strategy;
  • development and delivery of the University's Learning & Teaching Strategy Action Plan;
  • oversight of the University’s professional development programmes and the development of policy and provision for the development of staff expertise in learning, teaching, and assessment;
  • administering the Learning & Teaching Development Fund;
  • establishing working groups to deliver specific aspects of its remit;
  • ensuring appropriate alignment with the World Changing Glasgow Transformation Programme;
  • ensuring appropriate alignment with University strategies for the promotion of the co-curricular aspects of the student experience.

Composition

  • Vice-Principal Learning & Teaching (Convener)
  • Assistant Vice-Principal (Digital Education)
  • The Deans for Learning & Teaching
  • Three representatives from each College covering both undergraduate and taught postgraduate provision (appointed on an annual basis to facilitate the propagation of expertise)
  • Director of the Learning Enhancement & Academic Development Service
  • Director of Short Courses
  • Representative from Information Services
  • Representative from Careers
  • Academic Lead, WCG Transformation Programme
  • Students' Representative Council Vice-President (Education) and four College representatives
  • The Conveners of Committee working groups if not already members

Note: Members are individually and collectively responsible for the fulfilling of the Committee's remit on behalf of the University and are not appointed as delegates for their College, School or Institute.

Support: Senior Academic Policy Manager (Senate Office)